hard-line Meaning in Cambridge American English Dictionary
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hard-lineadjective

unwilling to change an opinion or position: a hard-line opponent of reform
hard line
noun [U]
The president has taken a hard line on the budget.
hard-liner
noun [C]
The Senator is a hard-liner on law and order.
Translations of “hard-line”
in Chinese (Traditional) 強硬的,不妥協的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 强硬的,不妥协的…
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